Fiber lasers are up to ten times more energy efficient than traditional YAG or CO2 laser systems. Consuming little to no energy when not active, the annual energy savings can attract government grant funded energy efficiency programs for industry.
With instant laser turn on, pulsing rates to 500kHz, ability to vary pulse power, pulse energy, pulse width and repetition rates on-the-fly, fiber lasers deliver faster processing across a wide range of materials and applications.
Fiber lasers have no optics to adjust or align, and no lamps to replace. Maintenance is minimal and so utilization and up-times are maximized. The lasers really are designed as shop floor industrial tools.
Pulsed and CW lasers can process across a wide variety of applications and materials, metals and non-metals. Try an application search and see the proof.
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10W to 40W with up to 1.25 mJ pulse energy Up to 1 MHz pulse repetition frequency Pulsed and CW operation
10W to 70W with up to 1.25 mJ pulse energy Plug and play delivery with ILLK Pulsed and CW operation
8W @ 532nm 200µJ pulses at 532nm High beam quality
25W- 500W CW to 100kHz modulation frequency XPR & application optimized beam quality options
500W, 750W, 1kW for single or multiple unit integration Power scaling to multi-kW systems